A New Gripping Tale: Google Pixel
Google introduces a stunning pixel from its repertoire. This may be the start of a gripping new tale
There are two conditions that make a brand popular: an emotional connect with its punters or an impeccable product. Google, over the years, has successfully nailed it at both fronts. Not only is it a stripped down sine qua non of kinds for the human race on the web but a trustworthy one too... something that has expanded its kernel like an underground rhizome, vertically, horizontally and if possible on the lateral sides too across market products. Since 2010, when the giant debuted in the phone sector with Nexus, it has brewed quite a few flings with several mobile makers, from HTC to Samsung to LG to Motorola and more.
As the company finally launches the much-ventilated Pixel – the first smartphone designed entirely by Google – with an audaciously minimalistic branding, great speculations and debates are doing rounds. It’s the price, the appearance, the performance and the impact of the phone on Android junkies’ favourite Nexus series that have taken the front desk. I’ve been using Pixel for the past one month now and it has delivered an extra biccy on every feature as promised. From the fingerprint sensor at the back to a camera with the highest rating ever by DxOMark Mobile, critics have been filling up the e-space with everything you need to know about it. But it doesn’t matter how big a fan I have become of the new Pixel, or what the biggest prude on the web has to say about its stamina. It’s about who are the people willing to buy a Google product over an iPhone, its almost one point competitor in price and specifications. It will be interesting to see if Nexus loyalists will switch sides with a brand cousin or there’ll be more surprises too.